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    New project that needs to be brought back to its original Glory. Not sure where to make this post and it can be relocated but this is the closest relative here on SS.

    1943 T24 Weasel, Got it running but it needs some parts to get it back complete. The main thing I need is an engine cowl with dash panel if anyone knows of a donor sitting somewhere.

    Jeremy

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    1943 T24 Weasel
    1990 M931A2 W/W
    1990 M105A2
    1952 M135 W/W

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    Looks like a great project.

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    Contact TNJ Murray in DE. John has a lot of Weasel parts.
    Bruce

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    Interesting tracks. I’ve not seen anything like them. Do you know anything about them?

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    They were a french conversion to the problematic original style. These have links of roller chain embedded in the rubber. They are heaver than original but are pretty stout.
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    1943 T24 Weasel
    1990 M931A2 W/W
    1990 M105A2
    1952 M135 W/W

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